Clark Narrows List To Seven

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Clemson, Ohio State, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Virginia Tech are the finalists for 6’6″, 290-pound rising senior Austin Clark, who revealed his top schools via Twitter earlier this evening.

https://twitter.com/AustinClark76/status/459467150097260544

Clark, who has visited every one of his finalists, plans to make his commitment sometime this summer, possibly as early as June. The Rockbridge County (Lexington, VA) product plans to graduate high school in December and enroll in college in January of 2015.

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  1. I am impressed with his size for his age but not his highlight film. He knocks smaller kids down but I don’t see him exerting great effort – seems to fall on top of most people instead of getting up and running downfield and making more blocks. There are a few plays where he knocks someone down and then didn’t run downfield to help. Hopefully our line coaches can help him with that.

  2. Which recruit started this Iphone-notepad-screenshot-twitter announcement? Seems like everyone is doing it now, hah.

  3. With the exception of UVA,that’s a list of elite football schools.
    Really hope,we get him.

    1. Still speaks to the level which Tech is thought of… Hopefully in a few seasons we’re all looking back at 2012/2013 as minor blips and we’re back to top 10-15 status.

      1. Really? I think this speaks to the fact that he’s interested in elite out-of-state as well as in-state schools. Hence the inclusion of UVA. I’m not saying whether we’re elite or not, but I hardly take this as evidence either way. If he were from Texas or Florida, would UVA be on there? VT?

        1. In my above comment,I was refering to the other schools,not VT.

          Should not have made any commit to start with.

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